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post #1 of 21 Old 03-10-2017, 02:54 PM Thread Starter
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Got me a new set of wheels and tires : Niche Milan 19x8.5 +45

I just got a Niche Milan 19's on my ride just now and i kinda doent like it. It looks so small to me. Americas tire told me that 20 wont fit on my car so im forced to take the 19's
Now i have to deal with it... im thinking of just getting a wheel spacers for the back because it looks flat to me. Question is would buying a spacer would rub? (Back wheels)
What ideal size would you suggest for the spacers for the back?


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Don't be upset, it looks good. The fronts always have a little poke compared to the back on these sadly. You can do a 5mm straight up but that will not make it flush. You need to measure if you want to see what exact size will make it flush- google search how to do it. If you go bigger then 5mm you will needs stud extensions.


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The SNP is the 3rd best looking color for the coupe and the wheels look good. The wheels don't look small --- 20's are to big for the coupe, and will degrade performance, and cause suspension rubbing.

What are your wheel specs? What type of look are you trying to achieve to want spacers? Are you calipers rubbing the inside of your wheels?

BTW - What model coupe do you have?
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The SNP is the 3rd best looking color for the coupe and the wheels look good. The wheels don't look small --- 20's are to big for the coupe, and will degrade performance, and cause suspension rubbing.



What are your wheel specs? What type of look are you trying to achieve to want spacers? Are you calipers rubbing the inside of your wheels?



BTW - What model coupe do you have?


Those are 19x8.5
The rear wheels doesn't align with the front. Its tuck inside. Idk but it looks weird to me. I dont like the look. I want it to stick out like the front. Calipers are fine btw.

I was mad at that americas tire because they dont want to give me 20's. they say it wont fit.


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Those are 19x8.5
The rear wheels doesn't align with the front. Its tuck inside. Idk but it looks weird to me. I dont like the look. I want it to stick out like the front. Calipers are fine btw.

I was mad at that americas tire because they dont want to give me 20's. they say it wont fit.


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Is the offset for the front and rear wheels the same?
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Is the offset for the front and rear wheels the same?

Yes... I guess


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Poke those back wheels out you better get some stiff springs to protect those tires.

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It's your car of course, but I personally think they look good!

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It looks as though your aftermarket wheels are .5" wider than the OEM 19" wheels. Your offset looks to be around +55, and with your current setup. Adding spacers to your rear wheels will probably cause rubbing if you have passengers in the back seat, and/or if you drive over bumps, and the like. Lowering your car would probably cause rubbing too. You may be able to get away with rolling your fenders if you start to experience tire rubbing.
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It looks as though your aftermarket wheels are .5" wider than the OEM 19" wheels. Your offset looks to be around +55, and with your current setup. Adding spacers to your rear wheels will probably cause rubbing if you have passengers in the back seat, and/or if you drive over bumps, and the like. Lowering your car would probably cause rubbing too. You may be able to get away with rolling your fenders if you start to experience tire rubbing.


Sounds like im stuck with these


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If you were to lower your car it look sooooo much better. Even a spring drop!!!

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If you were to lower your car it look sooooo much better. Even a spring drop!!!


Its already lowered with H&R sport


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Must be the OE H&R. I did the sport H&R and was a bit lower. Like just right. I'm actually probably going to sell mine since I don't need them. But to local LA people though.

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Looks good! This is probably the best setup if you don't want to go stagger with wider wheels in the back. 15mm spacers in the rear would make it look a lot better. Depending on how low you are, you might need to roll the rear fenders in case they rub. I hear great things about H&R spacers.


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